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STUART BRIERS
April 5, 2017

Stuart Briers was commissioned by Prog magazine to illustrate their review of the new album by Mastodon, Emperor of Sand. “Although I was unaware of the band, who could resist the opportunity of depicting the Emperor of Sand?” says Stuart. (more)

January 27, 2017

Stuart Briers’ illustration for Scientific American Mind accompanied an article on why people cherish family heirlooms and celebrity memorabilia, objects which are in some way thought to contain a piece of the person they relate to. This phenomenon of “magical contagion” helps fulfill our need for social connection.  (more)

November 15, 2016

Stuart Briers was commissioned by Common Ground Magazine to create a cover and interior illustrations on the theme of network security, focused on the idea of being vulnerable to a cyberattack. (more)

November 14, 2016

Stuart Briers shares a couple of super-smart recent illustration projects. This full page image for Scientific American Mind depicts how we learn when no one is teaching us - how we make mental maps, how we learn languages, how we come to understand how things work. (more)

July 5, 2016

Stuart Briers’ full page illustration for Security Management magazine accompanied a feature on how best to manage communication between generations in the workplace. Older employees prefer face-to-face conversations, while younger ones prefer text messaging, iChat etc. (more)

June 7, 2016

Stuart Briers’ latest illustration for Experience Life magazine accompanied an article reminding the reader to keep that heart healthy! (more)

May 25, 2016

Stuart Briers’ cover illustration for the Spring edition of forward, the magazine of Iowa State University Foundation accompanied a feature focused on protecting the worldwide animal food supply from the effects of the flu. The editors requested an ethnically varied team of scientific specialists. (more)

April 18, 2016

Stuart Briers’ illustration for the spring issue of William & Mary alumni magazine used an interconnected structure of symbols to represent the college and its research infrastructure. (more)

March 8, 2016

Stuart Briers illustrated six wonderfully surrealistic construction barriers to surround the redevelopment of the Shell Centre on London's Southbank. They've just been installed – look for them as you leave Waterloo Station, running along the length of York Road. (more)

February 2, 2016

Stuart Briers illustration for Prog magazine celebrates the release of “The Astonishing,” by Dream Theater. “…in this future dystopia a lone voice heralds the arrival of a reawakening in human consciousness - to stir the hearts of the people and shake the very foundations of power!” (more)

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